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CRESCO - A group of a dozen locals came to show support for Kelli Gosch, parent of three bi-racial students, at the June 15 Howard-Winneshiek School Board meeting. Gosch spoke in open forum. “I would like to ask if I can be put on a future agenda in regards to our daughter. She has had been called...
CRESCO - Alan Lewis at 808 Vernon Road and Bryan Sheehy at H&S Motors were approved for a fireworks permit on July 3, along with Josh and Amy Bollman at 1207 3rd St. SW on July 4. Council member Amy Bouska had some concerns about fireworks and wants council to look into changing the policy for...
CRESCO - The Iowa Department of Education adopted Return-to-Learn guidance for schools to have in place by July 1, 2020 that will show plans for the 2020-2021 school year. At the June 15 Howard-Winneshiek School board meeting, Supt. Ted Ihns explained, “The Return-to-Learn Plan is a requirement...
CRESCO - Graduation was about a month later than usual [because of restrictions in regards to COVID-19], but members of the Class of 2020 finally got the opportunity to celebrate their graduation on Sunday, June 21. The students already received their diplomas at a drive-through ceremony on May 17...
CRESCO - Dollar Fresh will open its doors to customers in Cresco at 7 a.m. on Friday, June 26, at the former Shopko building at 22422 Hwy. 9 West. Locals are excited to have another option for groceries, wines and spirits, clothing, shoes, fuel and ready-to-eat meals, and Dollar Fresh fits the need...
Thirty-eight couples participated in the Grand March for Crestwood's 2020 Prom on Saturday, June 20. The weather was perfect for the event, with many family and friends attending.
CRESCO, Iowa (June 19, 2020) — After several months of construction, the new Dollar Fresh store in Cresco, located at 22422 Highway 9, will open its doors to the public at 7 a.m. Friday, June 26, for its official grand opening. The more than 31,500-square-foot store will offer a full selection of...
PROTIVIN - The coronavirus pandemic has put a damper on some traditions and celebrations. Many festivals and get-togethers have been postponed or cancelled. Paul Meirick, now of St. Cloud, Minn., found a way to stay connected with his family with the threat of two annual family get-togethers not...
Cresco - With the state and country opening up a little bit after the “stay home, stay safe” guidance due to coronavirus, Howard-Winneshiek School District has found a way to let its junior and senior students celebrate some normal, annual events — prom (Saturday, June 20) and graduation (Sunday,...

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